Food and nutrients - Meat, seafood

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Inghams, Tegel issued with warnings

Poultry producers Inghams Enterprises and Tegel Foods Limited have been...

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A very fishy tale

I love fish. I love eating fish and I love them...

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How to choose canned fish

Canned fish is so versatile. It’s economical, convenient, mostly healthy,...

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Free-range claims

Consumers like to feel absolutely confident that when they buy...

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Fact or fiction: Chicken contains hormones

We've all heard this one – so is it true or...

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HFG guide to canned seafood

Senior nutritionist Rose Carr ventures beyond canned tuna to find...

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10 ways with sardines

Not only are canned sardines economical, they are packed with...

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Smart staples: Mussels

Inexpensive, quick to prepare and nutritious, mussels are a clever...

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Ask Niki: Healthy sausages

Q: “Do healthy sausages exist? Does pricking and pre-cooking sausages...

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Ask Niki: Browning meat

Q: "Is there an advantage browning the cubes of meat...

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Ask the experts: Slow-cookers

Q: "I often cook frozen chicken in a Ralta crock...

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Ask the experts: Cooking prawns

Q: "I've tried to cook prawns on the barbecue before,...

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Ask the experts: Tender-basted chicken

Q: "Usually I choose to avoid tender-basted chicken. The puncture...

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Ask the experts: Smoked salmon

Q: "I am aware of the health warnings associated with...

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Ask the experts: Salmon and omega-3

Q: "I am 64 and try to eat fresh NZ-farmed...

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Ask the experts: Surimi

Q: "Surimi is a relatively cheap 'seafood' we like. Fresh...

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Ask the experts: Imported pork

Q: "I've read that a lot of the pork we...

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Ask the experts: Omega-3 from fish

Q: "I know I should be eating more oily fish...

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